Amanwana (peaceful forest) is the only resort located on the island of Moyo, a nature reserve east of Bali. Set on a beach in a secluded cove overlooking the Flores Sea, Amanwana is a wilderness hideaway with accommodation in luxury tents. The protected marine park offers some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling in Indonesia, with pristine reefs boasting a rich array of sea life. Amanikan is the camp’s 32-metre coastal cruiser which hosts adventures to Rinca and Komodo islands where the legendary Komodo dragons can be seen. Jungle treks on Moyo offer guests the chance to discover waterfalls and a variety of bird life. The Indonesian island of Moyo is a nature and marine reserve 15 kilometers off the coast of Sumbawa, east of Bali. The island is also home to a deer sanctuary for the indigenous rusa deer. Surrounded by the turquoise waters and untouched reefs of the Flores Sea, the island is 350 square kilometers with vegetation ranging from savanna to tropical jungle. It is blessed with a variety of animal and bird life, from deer to wild boar, macaque monkeys, sea eagles and osprey.
The camp’s 20 luxury tents are set under a canopy of tropical forest. Each 58-square-metre tent is constructed on a solid foundation from which rise wooden walls with large picture windows. The canvas ceilings are covered with a separate, waterproof exterior layer. Coral stone surrounds the hard wood deck of each tent. Inside, the air-conditioned tents feature Indonesian island artwork, hard wood flooring, a spacious sitting area with facing divans, a king-size bed, a writing desk and a large bathroom. Sand paths link the tents to one another and lead to the beach, the dining room and reception. The tents are identical the only difference between the two categories is location.
Amanwana’s tents (ocean-front or jungle) are elegantly proportioned, 58-square meter living spaces with solid wall foundations roofed by soaring waterproof exteriors and interior ceilings of canvas. The tents are not walled off from the rest of the island, which is also a protected deer sanctuary for the indigenous Rusa Deer. Amanwana’s deer breeding program has ensured the steady increase in numbers of these shy creatures which can be spotted in the reserve.Wheat-colored divans provide plenty of space for relaxing, while large bathrooms contain twin vanities. Amanwana’s tents also feature writing desks and are decorated with fine examples of Indonesian artwork.
Resort Rates 2015
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